Hotel Al Kalaa
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... lots of people open up their houses as hotels (200 hotels here!) and open up cafes offering a European menu when really they should just stick to what they know and do that well.....tagines!
... blue and white, very fresh and pretty and the lanes run every which way. We were very glad we had a guide otherwise we might still be wandering around lost inside the wall. The guide was a bit of a character. We think he was used to having an audience of fifty or maybe he thought we were all deaf because he shouted the whole time.
Next we jumped back in our car, the guide on his moped ...
... guy wouldn’t let the rest of us join the truck so we had to leave as foot passengers and try and find the truck
later. The next fun and games was Steve trying to buy fuel, it took us about half an hour for them to try and work out how to take payment for 1000 litres of diesel.
We left the Spanish border without a problem and were then stuck in no man’s land trying ...
... some of the people that I've grown close to over the past few weeks. I don't like it. The first week was sad. My eyes started watering a little as I was hugging people, but we were already late leaving for our trip so we didn't really have time to linger over goodbyes. The second week, I definitely got a little choked up, but I kept it in check and got over it pretty soon after getting into a taxi. Not so this past Friday. I cried. A lot. And continued to cry on and off all ...
... and beautiful hill settings but, much like using lacrosse gloves to give an erotic massage, it just didn't feel as good.
Anyway, all moaning and *****ing aside, although we had recently seen all sorts of wonderful deserts, oases, palmeraies and ocean views that were at least comparable, Chefchaouen was probably the nicest town/city we saw in all of Morocco. Snugly tucked into the foothills of steep hills and pseudo-mountains, the "blue ...